MY HANDMADE HOME: Updated living room photo ledges
HOMEBODY: I’m finally mastering my master bath
Red Bay National Historic Site celebrates 40th anniversary
PAT CULLEN: Is permanent part-time causing problems for long-term care?
Taking the Atlantic on alone in an inflatable boat, Italian skipper ...
Family of missing North West River man files complaint against RCMP
Blair Penney reflects on senior A baseball finals
UPDATE: RCMP make pair of arrests related to Grand Falls-Windsor ...
Modest decrease in Newfoundland and Labrador gas prices
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FOOD DUDE: Bring on the banana bread
Holyrood Heritage Society thrilled with public response to museum
Film Fest returns home to Smith Sound for third annual event
Two year-old Clarenville boy member of the War Amps Child Amputee program
Coming full circle: Author returns to Clarenville, presents Town with book
Harbour Grace writer looks to fairies with latest novel
Banff World Media Festival: Steven Spielberg among filmmakers who will create content for Jeffrey Katzenberg's Quibi platform
Steven Spielberg is creating a “super scary” new project for his old Dreamworks’ partner Jeffrey Katzenberg’s newest start-up, Quibi. But to properly enhance its inherent creepiness, viewers will only be able to watch it ...
Carolann Randell to share story of a double battle with cancer during new event for survivors in Fortune
When Carolann Randell addresses a gathering of cancer survivors this month, her message will be one of strength, resilience and living life to the fullest. “I feel proud and elated to know we have beaten the odds; each person has had a ...
2 Minutes with Mel LeBlanc
You spend time with people, hear their stories, miss them when they’re gone. Mel LeBlanc knows all about that. For 11 years, he has volunteered at Veterans Place, the long-term care facility at the Yarmouth Regional ...
2 Minutes with Harry McNutt
Four elderly gents are gathered in the small barber shop. “Any lies ever told in here?” asks one, as greying locks fall around cloaked shoulders. “Well, that’s a good question, that,” responds one of the gang. ...
2 Minutes with Rick Hartling
He worked here and there before the accident in Burnside. A dishwasher. A background film actor. There used to be plenty of gigs in Halifax for background artists, and he had even met the likes of John Stamos, Peter Falk, James Brolin and Tom Selleck ...
2 Minutes with Mary Lou Bennett
Her eyes twinkle. A smile begins to crack at the corners of her mouth; she breaks into a grin. Mary Lou Bennett recalls her mother’s voice. “New remnants came in to Sears!” her mom would exclaim when Mary Lou arrived ...
2 Minutes with Jonathan Cavalcante
It’s May and snow still frosts the mountains in the distance and blankets the ground where the tree canopy is still too thick to allow the sun and rain to fully penetrate. Jonathan Cavalcante is a long way from home. He’s ...
Book Remarks: Mother of the Regiment
The subtitle of Mother of the Regiment (Flanker Press) best states the subject of Susan Chalker Browne’s latest book — “remarkable women of Newfoundland and Labrador.” Remarkable women. Five of them anyway. Oldtimers, I ...
Merb’y’s experience a positive one for DFO scientist who hails from St. Lawrence
Jack O’Rourke knows a thing or two about fish. It’s probably fair to say the St. Lawrence native never thought he would become one, however, or half of one more accurately. O’Rourke, a senior biologist with the ...
Grand Bank native Jason Hillier has a hidden talent he has kept mostly to himself … so far
For Jason Hillier, painting is therapeutic. Putting brush to canvas in the space he has set aside at his St. John’s home to create his art is calming and relaxing. Sure, sometimes there are frustrations if something ...